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"My Favorite Gluten Free Cake Recipes" : 25 Quick and Easy Mouth Watering Gluten Free Cake Recipes [Kindle Edition]

Beth Davis
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Amazon #1 Bestselling Gluten Free Expert

*New Updated & Revised Edition!*

"The recipes in this book are so delicious, the people that will taste them won't believe they’re ALL gluten free"

Suffering from celiac or being gluten intolerant can be an immense challenge when trying to survive our gluten based society. Especially when you have a sweet tooth!

Problem is, most gluten recipes produce ugly looking, dry and lifeless results...

The good news is, you don't have to suffer the awful tasting, non inspring, gluten free cakes while everyone else is munching down on wheat rich pastries!

In "My Favorite Gluten free Cake Recipes", best selling food writer and food lover Beth Davis compiled 25 Easy to Prepare recipes that will produce juicy, wet and delicious goodies that will get your mouth watering.

Buy Now and discover:

* How to substitute - Sugar, Wheat, Milk and Butter

* How to use different types of flours to create amazing recipes

* The basic ingredients needed in a Gluten-Free cake makers cupboard

* Experts advice with exciting new tricks and tips

* And 25 Mouth Watering - Gluten Free Cake Recipes

Below is a full list of the easy to prepare recipes you will find in the book:

Chocolate Bomb Birthday Cake
Choco Lovers Chocolate Cake
White Cake Base
White Chocolate Pudding Cake
Nutty Cake
Nut Cake With Prune Jam
Banana Blitz
Choco-Nut Delight
Rich Coffee Cake
Apple Muffins
Quick N Easy Apple Cake
Carrot & Apple Cake
Apple Pastry With Ice Cream
Orange Juice Cake
Orange Coconut Dream
Quinoa Brownies
Choco-Nut Brownies
Sun Dried Delight
Corn Muffins
Peanut Butter Squares
Rich Cream Cake

Dive in and join thousands of happy gluten free foodies that are already enjoying Beth's hand picked recipes by clicking the "Add To Cart" Button now!

Product Details

  • File Size: 142 KB
  • Print Length: 43 pages
  • Publisher: GF Living Publishing; Revised Edition edition (October 19, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006SVKV36
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,937 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Looking Forward To Trying Recipes March 14, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I'm glad this book was free. The recipes are ingredient dense and call for a LOT of eggs, at least for many of the recipes. 13 eggs in the first recipe? Lots of typos, including in the description of the book above. "Always have a basic gluten flour mix at hand" - I think that sentence was supposed to be gluten free. Also, "*A little bit over 1/2 to 1/3 cup agave = 1 Cup white sugar" is repeated twice, once where it should be, and again where maple syrup is being discussed. I assume that sentence should have been changed to "maple syrup" instead of agave. A clickable list or table of contents to get to recipes you want would be awesome :) Will update review after trying some recipes! Looks promising!
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Brown sugar is NOT "better" than white sugar... April 6, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Ok I haven't read this book, but I have to make an important review here. In the preview I read the page regarding sugars. Let me tell you...Brown sugar is NOT a "healthier" un-refined version of white/refined sugar. The "brown sugar" that you buy in the store is simply refined white sugar which has had a bit of molasses added back to it to make it brown and a little more mineral rich. So while it may have a little more minerals added BACK to still has the SAME problems as refined white sugar. It is NOT health-ier or more "natural"'s made from sugar yes but it's still will make your body acidic, feed fungus/yeast and cancer, make you fat, raise your blood sugar etc. The small amount of added molasses really doesn't make up for the problems with refined sugar.

However, for some good news there ARE some sugars which ARE kept whole and not refined/stripped of all their nutrients and can be used as a replacement for white and "brown" sugar. Consequently they do happen to be brown but aren't referred to as "brown sugar" in the stores.

Here is an article that covers the different types of sugars.


"Rapadura is the pure juice extracted from the sugar cane (using a press), which is then evaporated over low heats, whilst being stirred with paddles, then sieve ground to produce a grainy sugar. It has not been cooked at high heats, and spun to change it into crystals, and the molasses has not been separated from the sugar. It is produced organically, and does not contain chemicals or anti-caking agents."

and about the Agave...Agave nectar is NOT raw and is NOT a "health" food...unless you consider fatty liver..."healthy"...Agave is worse than HFCS...especially when touted as "healthy". It is almost completely fructose!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing new September 6, 2012
By Di
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have looked at a lot of gluten free cook books and this one was just so so. Says they are easy but didn't seem to be. Needed a lot of ingredients, some hard to find. I never tried any of the recipes because of this. Maybe the cakes are great, I probably will not find out. Betty Crocker has very easy gluten free cake recipes and they are free.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ummm, where's the Red Velvet Cake? July 25, 2013
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I specifically downloaded this book because there's a slice of Red Velvet Cake pictured on the cover. I have celiac disease and have been looking for a good recipe, as my hubby asked for Red Velvet Cake for his birthday. I've gone through the book twice looking for the recipe and can't find it, even under a different name. Where's the Red Velvet Cake recipe? Was this just some generic stock photo or Google'd picture of cake?
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By LindaT
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Did not get much into this book before I realized the author did not do adequate research before making substitution suggestions.

Agave is not better for a diabetic. It is mostly fructose (fruit sugar) without the benefit of the vitamins and fiber of the fruit itself.
Research shows that it's the fructose part of sweeteners that's the most dangerous. Fructose causes insulin resistance and significantly raises triglycerides (a risk factor for heart disease). Agave also increases fat around the middle which in turn puts you at greater risk for diabetes, heart disease and Metabolic Syndrome (AKA pre-diabetes). More diabetics die from heart disease than from any other risk associated with diabetes!
It is dangerous to make suggestions for diabetic people without proper research. There are way too many people who trust whatever they read.
The best sugar advice you can give anybody is to reduce their intake NO MATTER WHAT FORM IT COMES IN.

Brown sugar may or may not be less refined than white sugar. Often, brown sugar is made by adding molasses to refined white sugar.

There ARE some good GLUTEN FREE recipes in this book.
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More About the Author

Since her teens, Beth has suffered from severe and life debilitating allergies. With her love for baking, which began in her childhood, Beth overcame her health challenges by applying herself to gluten-free cooking. She soon discovered that gluten-free can be just as delicious as gluten containing food.

Beth's message for food lovers is that gluten-free can be tasty and healthy as an alternative. She has a mission to show that going without gluten does not mean that you are being deprived of the tasty goodies in life.

Following a gluten-free diet may not be for the faint-hearted, but for some of you, it is a necessity. Beth has done her best to take a lot of the hard work and experimenting time out of your busy life schedule and to ease your pathway. Now it is your turn to take those wonderful steps forward into a better future for yourself and your family. Enjoy!

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